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My colleague Field McConnell (30 year airline and 22 year military pilot with 23,000 hours of safety) is in London on his way to Germany to discuss the apparent hack of the late Andreas Lubitz’s Airbus 320 of Germanwings Flight 9525.

The interview “Episode #78 – SUNDAY WIRE: ‘The Friendly Skies’, host Patrick Henningsen with guest Field McConnellhttp://www.abeldanger.net/2015/03/episode-78-sunday-wire-friendly-skies_31.html will give you an idea of the breadth and depth of Field’s knowledge on the crash attributed to Lubitz.


We understand that Matt Andersson, president of Chicago-based Indigo Aerospace, wrote a letter to the Financial Times newspaper, which suggested that the plane’s electronics could have been hacked before killing all 150 people on board and Mr. McConnell can give tyou more information on that very real possibility.

Please contact Mr. McConnell (cel 715 307 8222 or e-mail fieldmcc@yahoo.com) if you would like to discuss his opinions on the crash attributed to Lubitz while he is in London.

Regards,

David Hawkins
604 542 0891
B.C. Canada

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2 comments

  • Cheers David.

    -cmonkey

  • Hope you have success in Germany Field, The one thing people need to remember about what David and yourself are conveying here is that everything you've stated so far on remote hacks ,BUAP is proven plausible and possible and provable without any doubt, the proof is that Iran showed the whole world when it hacked the American Lockheed RQ170 Sentinel drone and stole it as it was invading sovereign airspace of Iranian in 2011. Christ, I hope people start to wake up to what is possible with the technology of today ,and how they are being duped by scum like Murdoch and CIA owned news fronts.
    if the best equipped airforce on the planet can be hacked by those they spy on ,then that has got to get the penny to drop? yes?
    god bless you AD

    Habib
    HABIB

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